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Women Development, Key To Achieving Economic Growth, Stability – Lasg

Published by TDPel Media Considering the vital roles of women as homebuilders, their empowerment has been described as very crucial to achieving economic growth and stability in Lagos State. The Director, Women Development Centre, (WDC), Mrs. ‘Deola Adepoju, stated this in her address on networking during a business training programme organised for women and youth

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Three Bizarre Reasons Why Inflation Is Here To Stay

Published by ValueWalk When I was about five years old in the early 1980s, my dad brought home our first computer. Q3 2021 hedge fund letters, conferences and more I’ll never forget it– it was an clunky IBM with a tiny, orange, monochromatic monitor, and dual floppy disks. It had 640 kilobytes of RAM, and

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Digital technology: friend or foe against climate change?

Published by Relaxnews From the energy that goes into making smartphones to the fact that even emails create carbon emissions, the world’s internet addiction comes with costs to the climate.  But could digital technology be part of the solution to climate change, as well as the problem? Ahead of next month’s COP26 climate talks, AFP

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Reviving Three Gustav Klimt Paintings? An AI Can Help.

Published by InsideHook By Tobias Carroll Can technology create a work of art? That’s one big question for anyone with an interest in aesthetics or philosophy might need to grapple with. But recently, another grand question has been posed by technological advances — namely, can an artificial intelligence replicate the work of an existing artist?

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Google rivals want EU lawmakers to act via new tech rules

Published by Reuters By Foo Yun Chee BRUSSELS (Reuters) – DuckDuckGo and three other search engine rivals to Google on Thursday urged EU lawmakers to take action against the Alphabet unit via new tech rules, saying they have yet to see positive results from an antitrust ruling against Google. The European Commission in 2018 levied

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Frances Haugen, the data engineer determined to temper Facebook

Published by AFP New York (AFP) – Frances Haugen, the former Facebook employee who testified before Congress Tuesday, is sure of her position: that the social network can do just as much harm as good in a hyper-connected world — and that its power must be restrained. The 37-year-old data scientist, who worked on the

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Whitney Tilson’s Open Letter To Sheryl Sandberg

Published by ValueWalk Whitney Tilson’s email to investors discussing Facebook, Inc. (NASDAQ:FB) whistleblower Frances Haugen; an open letter to Sheryl Sandberg; come work with Enrique!. Q2 2021 hedge fund letters, conferences and more Facebook Whistleblower Frances Haugen1) Following up on my recent e-mails about the Wall Street Journal series, The Facebook Files, the whistleblower behind

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Facebook ‘chooses profit over safety’

Published by The Bangkok Post The whistleblower who shared a trove of Facebook documents alleging the social media giant knew its products were fueling hate and harming children’s mental health revealed her identity on Sunday in a televised interview, and accused the company of choosing “profit over safety.” Frances Haugen, a 37-year-old data scientist from

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Facebook chooses ‘profit over safety,’ says whistleblower

Published by Relaxnews The whistleblower who shared a trove of Facebook documents alleging the social media giant knew its products were fueling hate and harming children’s mental health revealed her identity Sunday in a televised interview, and accused the company of choosing “profit over safety.” Frances Haugen, a 37-year-old data scientist from Iowa, has worked

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